Jack Warner, national security extraordinaire, halts reporting of crime in Trinidad and Tobago

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Jack Warner is out of soccer, but he is still making some super smart moves as National Security Minister like stopping the reporting of crime.

Remember Jack Warner? He was the president of CONCACAF and a controversial one at that.

People did not like that Warner was openly corrupt and when people called him on it he deemed them not worthy of his spit. He is a delightful individual.

Warner is no longer FIFA president because he was finally caught by FIFA being corrupt. More accurately, there was enough public pressure and he was tied to a Sepp Blatter competitor that acknowledging that he was corrupt became advantageous.

Now he is the National Security Minister in Trinidad and Tobago, a postion he earned with his extensive experience in crime and safety from his non-football work as a history professor. He's making big moves, too!

Police in Trinidad and Tobago have been ordered to stop releasing murder statistics. National Security Minister Jack Warner said reports of violence encouraged people to commit more crime.

Jack would know. The more people talked about him being corrupt, the more corrupt he got.

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